Myhost consists of a dedicated team of software and hardware engineers with more than five years’ experience in software development, system administration and hosting.
Myhost is the property of Netcube ltd. – a software company that has been developing a wide range of software products, providing hosting services and developing cloud infrastructure since 2012.
Thanks to a great number of successfully completed projects, the Myhost team has developed its skills as a hosting provider in three main stages:
Development of software products – Netcube focuses on the development of a wide range of software solutions
Software development, system administration, infrastructure implementation and maintenance in data centers around Europe – Netcube develops complete hardware and software solutions by subcontracting third party data centers and hardware providers
Software development, system administration, infrastructure implementation and maintenance, under direct Myhost control – with an increasing market demand Netcube decides to focus on software development and creates Myhost in order to provide high-quality, tailored hosting services
Myhost provides secure and easy to use hosting services at great prices. We give you full control and provide fast and reliable hosting for your software solutions.
*** MyHost services are compliant with all rules and regulations for personal data protection described in the GDPR and provides 100% security of your personal information by implementing additional system security measures.
***Services provided as part of the VPS Hosting Package. The Dedicated Server Package provides full control over the server to the customer. The responsibility for backup, archive maintenance and system restore functions are the system administrator’s responsibility.
Best prices on the market
Various payment methods
15-day money back guarantee
“If you mail us, we respond” – the first “genius” marketing slogan that Misho – senior software engineer – came up with during a brainstorming session. Turns out that was the reason, Misho only got software engineering tasks from that day onward…